Sustainable Seafood – Australian Marine Conservation

The Australian Marine Conservation Society www.marineconservation.org.au a non-profit organisation protecting Australia’s oceans since 1965 has just launched an Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide iPhone App!

Australian Marine Conservation Society

We all like to eat fish and seafood, indeed we take it for granted, but it’s now time to address some serious issues our oceans have and the fact is, the fish is running out and the ocean is in a VERY bad way.

To quote the company overview:

“We surf it, swim it, dive it, love it. And now we need to LOOK AFTER IT. The sea has played an important role in many Australian’s lives, its’ life and beauty invigorates our body, inspires our mind and nourishes our soul. But the sea that we know and love is changing. Once treated as a dumping ground and considered inexhaustible, our oceans are now in crisis and need our help.”

“The Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) is that help. As a not-for-profit charity, we create marine national parks, save our ocean wildlife and make our fisheries sustainable. Support AMCS today and together we will secure healthier oceans for tomorrow.”

The AMCS Mission state is – Healthy Oceans for a Healthy Planet

  • We protect endangered ocean wildlife
    We create marine national parks
    We make fisheries sustainable

Make sure you visit their brilliant website www.marineconservation.org.au

AMCS is proud to offer Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide Online – the first online sustainability guide in Australia. Developed in response to growing public concerns about the state of our seas, it is designed to help you make informed seafood choices and play a part in swelling the tide for sustainable seafood.

Download at www.sustainableseafood.org.au

Healthy Oceans For a Healthy Planet. “How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is clearly Ocean” Arthur C. Clarke



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2 Comments to Sustainable Seafood – Australian Marine Conservation | Comments Feed

  • Missy says

    No queiston this is the place to get this info, thanks y’all.

    December 2, 2011
  • Lena says

    IMHO you’ve got the right asenwr!

    December 4, 2011
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